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Its back by popular demand! 
Everything you need to know about how your hormones are blocking your weight loss...and what to do about it! 

Register using the link
https://kyliepinwill.easywebinar.live/registration-6

Cant wait to see you there! 
Kylie

Fun food fact...

The average serving of 100ml of full cream milk contains 107mg of calcium.

Some of the non-dairy highest sources of calcium include (per 100g) in decreasing order:

(It's the phosphate/ phosphorous in the milk which inhibits the calcium absorption from milk)

- sardines (367mg)
- salmon, canned (334mg)
- almonds (250mg) - actually most nuts
- figs, dried (200mg)
- parsley (190mg)
- mussels (173mg)
- oysters (132mg)
- sunflower seeds (100mg) - other seeds are also fairly high in calcium
- kale (100mg)
- bok choy (86mg)
- spinach (58mg)
- eggs (38mg)
- broccoli/broccolini (33mg)
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Fun food fact...

The average serving of 100ml of full cream milk contains 107mg of calcium. 

Some of the non-dairy highest sources of calcium include (per 100g) in decreasing order:

(Its the phosphate/ phosphorous in the milk which inhibits the calcium absorption from milk) 

- sardines (367mg)
- salmon, canned (334mg)
- almonds (250mg) - actually most nuts
- figs, dried (200mg)
- parsley (190mg)
- mussels (173mg)
- oysters (132mg)
- sunflower seeds (100mg)  - other seeds are also fairly high in calcium
- kale (100mg)
- bok choy (86mg)
- spinach (58mg)
- eggs (38mg)
- broccoli/broccolini (33mg)

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